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Col. Matthew Adkins, 49th Medical Group commander, gives a final salute to the crowd at his retirement ceremony April 23 at Holloman Air Force Base after nearly 30 years of military service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jamal Sutter) MDG commander retires after 29 years
The 49th Medical Group commander retired here April 23 during a ceremony that celebrated his nearly 30 years of military service. Col. Matthew Adkins began his Air Force career in January 1974 as an enlisted medic. After his first enlistment, the colonel attended college at Middle Tennessee State University where he earned himself a bachelors
0 4/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo 49 MDG inspection rated EXCELLENT
After four intense days of white glove inspections at the hands of 13 inspectors, the 49th Medical Group pulled out of its Health Services Inspection Friday with an overall rating of EXCELLENT. The medical group inspector general team awarded the clinic the highest score of any Air Force facility in fiscal year 2007. The 49 MDG face many challenges
0 4/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo Forced logout effective immediately
Effective immediately, the 49th Communications Squadron Network Administration section has implemented a forced logout control tool in order to ensure all Holloman workstations are compliant with network guidelines. The forced logoff is a way to enforce already existing security policy for the Holloman Network, said Master Sgt. John Sisson, 49 CS
0 4/24
2007
Master Sgt. Todd Wehrman, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron, paints a wall in the Children in Need of Services offices in Alamogordo during the Day of Caring event. Seven Airmen from the 49 CES worked at CHINS painting, pulling up carpet and replacing it with tile and other odd jobs around the building. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class John Strong) Airmen help community during Day of Caring
Nearly 400 Holloman Airmen and community members went throughout Otero County April 20 to help spruce up the Friendliest Place on Earth in the Otero County United Way sponsored Day of Caring project. "The Day of Caring in when the communities comes together and help others in need," said Senior Master Sgt. Edgar Poe, 49th Operations Support
0 4/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo Top notch Airmen recognized on wing honor roll
As the Air Force transitions to a more combat ready force, the emphasis on training becomes greater as well. In addition to Combat Skills Training and leadership training, Airmen must also complete upgrade training before being fully qualified to do their jobs. As part of their training, Airmen upgrading to skill levels five and seven must complete
0 4/20
2007
Default Air Force Logo Airman's Creed exemplifies warfighting ethos
The Air Force chief of staff introduced the new "Airman's Creed" April 18 to provide Airmen a tangible statement of beliefs that they can hold most dear. The Airman's Creed reflects pride in the role of air, space and cyberspace power and the Air Force's commitment in supporting and defending the nation. The creed is fueled by the Air Force's
0 4/19
2007
Brig. Gen. David Goldfein, 49th Fighter Wing commander, along with Sarena Carman, Detachment 225 superintendent, and Chief Sam Trujillo, director Alamogordo Department of Public Safety, cut the ribbon leading to the new Holloman Office of Special Investigations building. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jamal Sutter) New OSI building opens

0 4/18
2007
Default Air Force Logo Why we remember
Why do we need to remember the Holocaust in today's society? We respect the memory of the Holocaust because it helps us shape the world we live in today. We are reminded of the events that occurred and we learn. And as we learn, we advise future generations of the consequences humanity has suffered. In this era we remember those who have fallen,
0 4/18
2007
Mr Rick Essick, TRIWEST Healthcare Alliance, presents a $1,000 check for the Air Force Aid Society to Ms. Lenn Furrow, Airman and Family Readiness Center. TRIWEST is the 49th Medical Group's partner in providing medical services to the Holloman community. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of the 49th Medical Group) TRIWEST donates to AFAS

0 4/18
2007
Default Air Force Logo 49 MDG ready for HSI
This week, the 49th Medical Group is undergoing a comprehensive inspection of the facility and its programs. The Health Service Inspection is the medical version of an Inspector General inspection, said Lt. Col. James Clapsaddle, 49th Medical Support Squadron commander. The inspection occurs once every three years and delves into every program the
0 4/16
2007
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